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Joan chained to a beam (de la Roche)

Slide 15 of The maiden knight, Joan of Arc (religious: Newton & Co., 19 slides, 1912-1924)

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creator of source image(s): DE LA ROCHE, Paul  (1797-1856)

Type of image
drawing / painting / print
height 3.25 inches (8.3 cm), width 3.25 inches (8.3 cm)
(all dimensions are nominal; individual examples of this slide may have varied slightly from these values).
glass / paper
Production process
photography, on glass substrate
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D'ARC, Jeanne  (c.1412-1431)


The image shows an engraving after Hippolyte de la Roche's painting Joan of Arc in prison of 1825.


Example in March and District Museum Collection, item ON 2222 h15

Lucerna ID  5093794

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